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The Culture Code (Coyle)   All the rage this past decade has included a focus on the Culture of a group, organization, company. It is said that Culture is the fabric upon which all else is built. When good results are...
A really quick book review,    Joseph Seiler MCC     , jseiler@yournaturaledge.com,      www.yournaturaledge.com Loving What Is, Byron Katie      How many times and how many ways have we been advised to, “just let it go”? And how easy has it been to do...
Reinventing Organizations, Frederic Laloux We are offered a self management model of running an organization where people decide what they want to do and what they don't. Job descriptions don't exist, as what a person contributes to the organization is,...
Execution (Bossidy, Charan) is a straight shooting, candid read. Of course. These authors worked with Jack Welch. Definitely, refreshingly to the point and it is all about the business succeeding as big as it can. (go Jack) Although seemingly a...
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The Ultimate Question (Reichheld) addresses the customer referral, expansion and retention issues faced by almost any business. Although I found it a bit of slow read (a lot of time justifying the topic) there is a simple elegance in the...
Turn The Ship Around (Marquet) is a summary of the experiences of the USN Captain of a nuclear submarine in turning the performance of his 135 person crew from worst to best in the fleet. He changed the organization from...
Wikinomics (Tapscott, Williams) Operating your company like a Wikipedia??? A gold mining company that was not doing too well opened its geology files to the public (unprecedented) inviting solutions and in no time at all was unable to keep up...
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